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zacron
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Could someone help me convert to burgandy?

downloadwalker_logo.psd.zip 514,079 bytes
Hello, I've been trying to figure this out and Photoshop isn't my specialty.

It's for a community event. (non-profit).

Could someone help me to keep the same design but just convert it to a burgundy coloring?

Thank you for your help.

Z
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zacron
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The tree is what i'm looking to change from green to Burgundy... also is there a tutorial online somewhere?

Thanks,

Zacron
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CCat
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Something like this?

downloadwalker_logo2.psd 515330 bytes
(walker_logo2.psd.zip)



zacron
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Ccat, thank you, however, how do I keep the trunk the origional color?

Not understanding what you did to acheive this as well.

Thank you, Zacron
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CCat
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To get the trunk the original color, open my psd.
Check all the layers.
Select the transparent tree layer and erase the parts that you want to be the original color.
Then save your work, and rename, in whatever format you want.

To change the color.
Open your psd and select the transparent tree layer.
Go to images > adjustments > hue/saturation. Play with the sliders until you get the colors that you want.
Save your work, and rename, in whatever format you want.
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zacron
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Thanks!

I cannot believe that is so simple, yet so hidden lol

I always enjoy learning new things and this little tidbit will be helpful in the future I'm sure

Zacron
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CCat
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You're welcome



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And believe it or not, your thank you is most appreciated. Too often, those that help out are not thanked nor do others reading the thread know if all went well.